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Published August 28, 2014
Will serve as the new business line director, interface and performance, in consumer specialties unit for Americas. Read More »
By Peter Gawley
Airlaid Market Positioned for Progress
By Sean Moloughney, Managing Editor
Published October 8, 2012
Growing demand in the feminine hygiene sector and a strong sustainability story will help move the airlaid market forward. Read More »
By Karen Bitz McIntyre, Editor
Published March 18, 2010
This month, Procter & Gamble begins shipping its latest diaper innovation—Pampers with DryMax technology—in the U.S. Read More »
Published November 9, 2007
Plans are underway at International Paper to invest approximately $10 million to convert its Bastrop, LA mill to 100% market and fluff pulp production. Read More »
Published May 1, 2007
Bowater to invest $17 million. Read More »
Baby Diapers And Training Pants: A Market Overview
Published August 17, 2005
a look at the latest trends and developments Read More »
Technology Advances Open Up New Doors For Nonwovens In Medical Market
By Karen McIntyre, Senior Editor
Published August 14, 2014
Nonwovens continue to displace other materials globally. Read More »
The AI Market is Baby BOOMING
By Tim Wright, Editor
Published March 21, 2014
As the worldwide population ages, the adult incontinence market is poised for healthy growth in the years ahead. However, meeting the increasingly sophisticated demands of a restless age group is challenging and pushing manufacturers to innovate the technology to meet their needs. Read More »
The Disposable Personal Toilette
By Carlos Richer, Contributing Writer
Published March 21, 2014
A new solution that will bring back dignity, healthier skin and eliminate smell to millions of bedridden people who suffer from limited mobility. Read More »